PS: One can also find this out by doing two calculations, one without symmetry (put M into some arbitrary direction and accept initso changes); one with the suggestion of symmetso.

Am 30.11.2016 um 22:00 schrieb "Niedermayr, Arthur":
Hello wienusers,
thank you all for your thoughts!

@ Mr. Nestoklon: Thank you, I will for sure try your solution.
@ Mr. Fecher: Sorry that I didn't mention it,


I got the too-high-symmetry issue, when I exactly did what you said:
(all in w2web)
1) scf without spin orbit
2) initso_lapw in w2web
3) rerun scf with spin orbit.
For the 0 0 1 (h k l) axis, I got a four-fold symmetry (amongst others
there are 2 B symmetry options (mirror planes)); in this case (= 001)
only 2 symmetry operations should remain.
A magnetisation axis in 001 for the P213 group should definitely have a
lower symmetry than in 111 (in 111 direction you said that there should
remain 3 options)
What did you actually mean by saying: <<The details of the symmetry
operations and which HAVE TO BE REMOVED should all be in the output of
symmetso>>? Do I have to remove them manually?
@ Mr. Blaha: As far as I know  <<spin-orbit does not break
time-inversion symmetry and these B-symops times time-inversion are
still valid operations>> isn't true  for the group P213. Please correct
me if I am wrong :)


Best regards
Arthur Niedermayr

Ps: using wien2k 14.2, all patches are installed.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [Wien] initso and symmetso (NO inversion symmetry)/ too
high symmetry
Local Time: 30. November 2016 7:11 PM
UTC Time: 30. November 2016 18:11
From: fec...@uni-mainz.de
To: A Mailing list for WIEN2k users <wien@zeus.theochem.tuwien.ac.at>

I did recently calculations for that space group with SO for
spinpolarized cases.
The details of the symmetry operations and which have to be removed
should all be in the output of symmetso
I had no problems
Maybe you wish to use 1 1 1 for the quantisation axis, in that case
only three operations should remain
(I used both 0 0 1 and 1 1 1)

Ciao
Gerhard

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Von: Wien [wien-boun...@zeus.theochem.tuwien.ac.at] im Auftrag von
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Betreff: Re: [Wien] initso and symmetso (NO inversion symmetry)/ too
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As far as I know, initso (in a spin-polarized case) is supposed to
create case.ksym anyway, so there is no need do this copying ??

Or is there a bug in (recent) initso ??

On 11/30/2016 03:00 PM, Mikhail Nestoklon wrote:
>
> To avoid this behavior (which, I believe, is a bug) and DO NOT assume
> inversion if it does not exist in the structure I do the following:
> AFTER initso_lapw I copy original structure with the proper symmetry to
> the one which is used in k generation
> $ cp *.struct *.ksym
> After this, rerun the k generation by
> $ x kgen -so
> and then proceed as usual.
>
> Sincerely.
> Mikhail.
>
>
>
> Hello wienusers,
>
>
> I wanted to do a scf calculation (*WITH spin-orbit interaction*) in
> a *spin polarize*d system *WITHOUT inversion symmetry* (space group
> P213).
> But I have a problem with the symmetry options:
>
> According to the manual
> /<<Depending on the presence of inversion symmetry it will keep
> (inversion is present) or remove the B-type operations.>> (in the
> beginning of chapter 9)/
> there shouldn't be B-type operations, but in the **.ksym* / *.klist
> /**struct_so* file I have a too high symmetry and the B-type
> symmetry operations are still there.
>
> I also don't understand what is meant with this steatment:
>
> /<<If you don’t have inversion symmetry in the original structure,
> you must not “add inversion”in KGEN.>> (chapter 4.5.5)/
>
> _How can I kill the B-type symmetry operations? Is it possible to do
> that via the w2web environment or do I have to edit some ksym or
> struct files manually?_
>
>
> Best regards
> Arthur Niedermayr
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